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  • 37. Bock DG, Baeckens S, Kolbe JJ, Losos JB. When adaptation is slowed down: genomic analysis of evolutionary stasis in thermal tolerance during biological invasion in a novel climate (in review, Molecular Ecology).

  • 36. Hebert PDN, Bock DG, Prosser SWJ. Interrogating 1000 insect genomes for NUMTs: a risk assessment for species scans (in press, PLoS One). Authorea. doi: 10.22541/au.165893766.64488370/v1.

  • 35. Bock DG, Cai Z, Elphinstone C, González-Segovia E, Hirabayashi K, Huang K, Keais G, Kim A, Owens GL, Rieseberg LH. 2023. Genomics of plant speciation. Plant Communications. 4: 100599.

  • 34. Bock DG, Liu J, Novikova P, Rieseberg LH. 2023. Long-read sequencing in ecology and evolution: understanding how complex genetic and epigenetic variants shape biodiversity. Molecular Ecology. 32: 1229–1235.

  • 33. DeVos T, Bock DG, Kolbe JJ. 2023. Rapid introgression of non-native alleles following hybridization between a native Anolis lizard species and a cryptic invader across an urban landscape. Molecular Ecology. 32: 2930–2944.

  • 32. Baeckens S*, Losos JB, Irschick DJ, Kolbe JJ, Bock DG*. 2023. Introduction history and hybridization determine the hydric balance of an invasive lizard facing a recent climate niche shift. Evolution. 77: 123–137.

    • * equal contribution


    • 31. Pita-Aquino JN, Bock DG, Baeckens S, Losos JB, Kolbe JJ. Introduction history and natural selection jointly shape evolution of a signaling trait during biological invasion (in review, Molecular Ecology). Authorea. doi: 10.22541/au.165881356.61012218/v1.

    • 30. Geneva AJ, Park S, Bock DG, de Mello PLH, Sarigol F, Tollis M, Donihue C, Reynolds RG, Feiner N, Rasys A, Lauderdale J, Infante C, Kolbe JJ, Schluter D, Menke DB, Losos JB. 2022. Chromosome-scale assembly of the brown anole (Anolis sagrei), a model species for evolution and ecology. Communications Biology. 5: 1126.

    • 29. Gao Y, Chen Y, Li S, Huang X, Hu J, Bock DG, MacIsaac HJ, Zhan A. 2022. Complementary genomic and epigenomic adaptation to environmental heterogeneity. Molecular Ecology. 31: 3598–3612.

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      • 28. Bock DG, Baeckens S, Pita-Aquino JN, Chejanovski Z, Michaelides SN, Muralidhar P, Lapiedra O, Park S, DB Menke, Geneva AJ, Losos JB, Kolbe JJ. 2021. Changes in selection pressure can facilitate hybridization during biological invasion in a Cuban lizard. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (USA). 118: e2108638118.